Monday August 21, 2017
Hours 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Alerts

License Renewals for P/Q/R is due by August 31st.

 

Incoming Inmate Information

This information is provided to help your upcoming stay in our facility go smoother. The officer who set up your sentence will be able to answer any questions you have. If you have any more questions you may call 995-8639.

Allowed Clothing

You will be issued a jail uniform to be worn in the jail.

Misc. Allowed Clothing:
5-pairs under shorts;
5-pair socks; 
5-tee-shirts. No slogans with profanity.
Thermal undershirts are allowed. Sweat pants with strings, buttons, zippers, snaps or "Biker" shorts are not allowed.

MISC. Allowed Property

  Items That Can Be Brought In From Outside:
  1. Legal Papers, 500 pages; balance will be stored with your personal property due to fire hazard.
  2. Books – Total of 2. No hard cover books except for school items.
    No printed material containing nude or nearly nude photographs or sexually
    Gratifying content will be allowed.
  3. Watches or a Travel Alarm Clock: (Battery or windup style only) allowed in the Work/School Release pod only.
  4. Prescription eyeglasses, contacts and hearing aids. No eye glass cases allowed.
  5. Underwear – 5-pairs briefs or boxers, 1 pair thermal underpants or sweatpants, no zippers or string ties. No Shorts are allowed.
  6. Socks – 5-pair. No nylons.
  7. T-shirts or thermal undershirts – 5 allowed. Plain white or colors – NO SLOGANS, LOGOS OR PRINTS OF ANY KIND! Short or long-sleeves. No hooded sweatshirts, "hoodies" or knitted clothing.
  8. Bras – 3.
  9. Photographs – 5 total with no backing or frames.
  10. Notebooks – Wireless bound notebooks, if school release – 2.
  11. Address book – 1 -without wire binder or hard cover.
  12. Electronic Games: – 1 total; No “rechargeable units will be allowed”. Only games in new packaging will be allowed.
  13. Art supplies limited to 12 colored pencils, drawing paper and preprinted posters.
  14. Bible or up to 5 printed religious materials.
  15. Pick or Brush: 1 – non-metal pick or brush.
  16. Board games and cards: without metal pieces, as approved by staff. Only games and cards in new packaging will be allowed. No dominoes.
  17. Program materials: (AA, treatment, GED, etc.).
  18. Misc. commissary items that are purchased through jail commissary.All allowed items are subject to restriction due to safety, fire or security concerns. Any prohibited items brought to the jail will be returned to the sender or placed in storage until the inmate’s release.
The following are required to be purchased from the Jail Commissary:
Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Soap, Deodorant, Shampoo, Shaving cream, Razors, Stationary, Envelopes, Tampons or Pads;

All items are subject to restriction due to Fire or Security concerns.
ALL OTHER ITEMS NOT ON THIS LIST ARE NOT AUTHORIZED WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF THE JAIL STAFF. Note: All Commissary items must be purchased thru the jail commissary.
No food items or cigarettes brought to the jail will be allowed.
Do not have anything but money brought to you in the jail.
NO CHARGING IS ALLOWED IN THE JAIL COMMISSARY.

SMOKING AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS
This is a tobacco free facility. No cigarettes, cigars or smokeless tobacco (chew) is allowed.

TELEPHONE
There is a phone available to inmates from 6:00 AM to 10:30 PM. There is a collect charge to the person you are calling.Prepaid calling cards can be purchased through the Jail Commissary. Incoming calls will be taken as messages, passed on to you and then you can call them back.

DRUG TESTING
The Davison County Jail requires all inmates wishing to participate in the Work / School Release program submit to drug testing. You will be required to give a urine specimen after the booking process. If a positive reading is obtained (indicates drugs are present) then your Work / School release will be denied. You will be charged the fee of $25.00 for the test. This is payable at the time of the test.

WORK / SCHOOL RELEASE
If authorized by the court, there is a separate information packet to complete prior to participating in these programs. Plan your jail check in time at least 24 hours prior to your next shift to allow time to complete packet and drug testing. There is a fee of $15.00 per jail day, charged for work release inmates.

INMATE DAILY FEE
Davison County inmates serving a sentence (non-work release) will be charged $10.00 per jail day. If this fee is not paid during your sentence, collection proceedings will begin upon your release.

SENTENCE SERVING
Jail time is computed in 24 hour periods. So, as an example, if you check into jail on Friday at 5:00 PM, then Saturday at 5:00 PM would complete 1 day. If you work on the day you complete your sentence, and you have not been authorized work release, check into jail early enough the first day to be released prior to your shift, as you will not be released earlier.

INMATE RULES AND REGULATIONS
You will receive a handbook outlining the rules governing your day to day life in our jail. Be familiar with these rules as everyone is expected to follow them. Disciplinary measures are possible for rule infractions.

VEHICLES
All inmate vehicles must be parked in the west parking lot. The jail will need a description of your vehicle.

MEDICAL CONCERNS
All prescription drugs must be brought to jail in their original containers. Any special medical needs must have a doctor’s order.

JAIL FEES
Daily Fee:
If you are serving a sentence for another county we will need documentation as to who will be paying for your stay. If you are responsible for these fees the charge is $75.00 per day, we require advance payments.

Sentenced Inmate Fee:
Davison County Inmates serving a sentence (without work release) will be required to pay $10.00 per jail day.

Work Release Fee:
Davison County Inmates authorized work release will pay $15.00 per jail day.Out of County inmates will pay the sentencing county their work release rate.

SOME JAIL FEES ARE SUBJECT TO THE COUNTY LIEN COLLECTION PROCESS IF THEY ARE NOT PAID IN FULL UPON YOUR RELEASE.

 

Contact Us

emailDavison County Sheriff's Office
1015 S. MILLER AVENUE
MITCHELL, SD 57301

 

Phone: 605-995-8630
Fax: 605-995-8643
Email: steve.brink@davisoncountysheriff.com